Tag Archives: Investment

4 Flavours of Culture: Potential, Fractured, Functional, Invested

At the end of a long week, rounding up by sharing something about ‘four flavours of culture’, built out of the semiotic square i shared earlier int eh week. For me, this was something of a breakthrough: starting to consider … Continue reading

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The Things We Invest

As I work around the Landscape of Trust I’ve been thinking a little bit about investment: not the money that we invest, but the other things, the things that we as individuals invest in the organisations that we work for, … Continue reading

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An Introduction to the Landscape of Trust #WorkingOutLoud

I have the opportunity to present the early stage research on ‘Trust’ within a global organisation in the near future, to a group of young leaders. Today, i’m sharing my notes from an introductory article i’m writing for them, on … Continue reading

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Fixing the mosaic of organisational culture

Culture is created in the moment through the behaviours of all that inhabit it. An organisation can only be trustworthy or honest as measured by the actions of it’s people. History can provide the backdrop, but the painting is always … Continue reading

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How do you measure the return on investment (ROI) for social learning?

Just because something’s hard, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it. Today i want to address the question of how can we measure the return on investment (ROI) in social learning? Let’s imagine that we’ve delivered a project into the business … Continue reading

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